Arkansas Golf Center
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Arkansas Golf Center is one of Arkansas' premier all-in-one facility. AGC is a huge golf retail store, a 27-acre public driving range, expert club fitting facility with all the high tech launch monitors and fitting gadgets, plus a state of the art golf teaching facility. ACG truly has it all. Boasting one of the regions largest selection of fitting carts/demo clubs, and a 7,000-sq ft golf showroom, our tagline is "every day's a demo day." Meaning, we have everything to hit, in every shaft and loft, from every big name manufacturer. There is no waiting months on a local demo day, and then being disappointed because only 2 club manufacturers show up. At Arkansas Golf Center, we have all the big name demo carts, with every club they offer, every day! We also match or beat almost any legit advertised price, so the demo service is truly free! And players get to try the new clubs right next to their current set on a real driving range! On staff here are expert golf equipment fitters, certified by companies like Adams, Bridgestone, Callaway, Cobra/Puma Golf, Cleveland, Mizuno, Nike, Ping, TaylorMade, Titleist, Tour Edge, and more! Their knowledge, along with the Vector Pro and ForeSight launch monitor systems, are producing dead on results! Players gain yardage, accuracy and confidence in about an hour! Last, but certainly not least, the teaching pros at Arkansas Golf Center are here 7 days a week, to get your swing in the best shape ever. Employing the V1 high speed video coaching system, the swing gurus here can show you in as little as one hour how to improve your game for life. Come out and let us help your game today!
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?If someone is looking for a good golf store I would advise looking for local owned shops and avoid large retail chains. Golf is very personal to most who play and local owned shops will usually have a very knowledgeable staff and be hungrier for your business than the big chains who are interested in making as many sales as possible with as little customer interaction as possible. Interaction costs their bottom line so they would prefer you just click and buy online. Also, you may be surprised to find that the smaller businesses actually offer more choices in product, not just better service. Plus golf stores with one or two locations will try to make your visit a lasting pleasure because they have to live and die by the quality of the customer, not the quantity.